Tag: oracle

Oracle Date Format: N1QL and Support for Date-Time Functions

Oracle Date Format: N1QL and Support for Date-Time Functions

Date and Time functions and formats can vary for different databases. In this article, we shall compare Couchbase ISO-based Date-Time functions with Oracle Date format. Date formats vary between relational and NoSQL database due to the nature of NoSQL JSON...

Couchbase Product Marketing September 22, 2017
Deploy Docker Container to Oracle Container Cloud Service

Deploy Docker Container to Oracle Container Cloud Service

Getting Started with Oracle Container Cloud Service explained how to get started with Oracle’s managed container service. Well, the intent was to show how to get started but getting to “getting started” was itself quite involving. And now this blog will really show how...

Getting Started with Oracle Container Cloud Service

Getting Started with Oracle Container Cloud Service

Oracle Container Cloud Service is Oracle’s entry into the world of managed container service. There are plenty of existing options: Docker for AWS or Azure Amazon Elastic Container Service Google Container Engine Azure Container Service DC/OS by Mesosphere OpenShift by Red Hat...

NDP Episode #8: Oracle NoSQL and How it Integrates with RDBMS

NDP Episode #8: Oracle NoSQL and How it Integrates with RDBMS

I am pleased to announce that the eighth episode of the NoSQL Database Podcast has been published to the popular podcasting outlets.  In this episode titled Oracle NoSQL and How it Integrates with RDBMS I am joined by Ashok Joshi from Oracle...

Moving from Oracle to Couchbase

Moving from Oracle to Couchbase

Oracle was the first database I developed with, so I know that thinking about switching to something like NoSQL and leaving behind the relational model can seem like a scary thing. The thing is, it really wasn’t scary when I...